Islam teaches brotherhood: Malik
Srinagar, June 21: The chairman of Jammu Kashmir Liberation Front Muhammad Yasin Malik on Thursday said Islam is a religion of peace and Jammu Kashmir has also been the cradle of peace.
“But peace in the state got destroyed since the day freedom of its people was usurped and snatched. But despite all this, its people are still famous in the world for their mutual love, religious tolerance and communal harmony,” said Malik while addressing a conference titled “Shan-i-Mustafa (SAW)” organized today at Municipal Park Srinagar by Haqani Memorial Trust. “The basic reason of unrest in the state is the usurpation of our freedom and prolonging of solution to our political problems,” he said, adding that once Kashmir issue is resolved in accordance with the wishes and aspirations of its people, the subcontinent would become a cradle of peace, stability, progress and development.
Exhorting the people to keep way from Maslaki hatred and disharmony, Malik said Islam teaches brotherhood.
Malik appealed to the Muslims to follow the teachings of Islam in letter and spirit to achieve success in this world and hereafter. He said Islam teaches the lesson of unity and brotherhood among whole Umah and warns the Muslims against fighting with each other.
Malik welcomed all guest Ulema who had come from outside Jammu Kashmir to participate in the Seerat Conference.
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